Taking your dog with you on holiday to France

For many dog owners, it can be important that the dog comes on holiday with them.
The dog belongs to the family and therefore also goes with the family on holiday.
Take your dog on walks through the beautiful nature of France.
The children will have plenty of time to play with the dog during the holidays.

Dogs at our holiday parks in France

At nearly all FranceComfort parks dogs are welcome and there are houses specific for dogs. There are also, obviously, houses where dogs aren’t allowed due to other guests possibly being allergic. At some parks there are just a few houses where a dog is allowed, in these parks taking your dog with you is something you need to request. It is therefore important in all cases that you indicate when you make your reservation that you want to take your dog with you. We can then ensure that you’ll stay in a beautiful holiday home that is suitable for dogs.

Rules for the dog

The holiday must be enjoyable for all guests. For this reason, there are numerous rules regarding taking your dog with you. You can find the list of these rules in your holiday home. In short, they state that your dog cannot hinder any of the guests. Your dog should always be on a leash, also in your garden so that he cannot walk away. Also make sure that your dog does not make any loud noises and do not leave your dog alone in your holiday home. Your dog is not allowed on the beds, chairs or sofas.

Rules

  • Do not hinder any guests
  • Dog must be on a leash in the park and in your garden
  • No noise disturbance
  • Can’t go on beds or sofas

And, will you be taking your dog with you to France?

Everyone makes their own decisions on whether or not their dog should come along. It should be fun for both the owner and the dog. Not all dogs are suitable to take with you. Temperamental, physical limitations or illness can be a reason to leave your dog at home. If you are in doubt, it may be a good idea to give it a try by taking your dog away for a weekend first. You will then immediately know whether your dog can handle longer car trips. It is also of course necessary to get your dog the appropriate vaccinations.

The dog and the French climate

You know your dog best and you’ll know if he can handle the heat well. Hot days can be very tiring for a dog. If that’s the case, you won’t do your dog any favors by taking him to warm regions. If your dog can handle heat, remember to take water with you on long walks. By the way, in certain parts of France when walking through nature, also pay attention to vipers. Also, don’t forget to take tick pliers.

Don't forget

  • Water when going on a walk
  • Watch out for vipers
  • Take tick pliers with you

Check your dog's insurance

Read the conditions of the dogs following two insurances: the travel insurance and the third-party insurance. People’s medical expenses abroad are often covered by the travel insurance, a dog’s expenses are often not. In addition, it is also nice to know that if your dog damages something  in the holiday home, it is covered by your insurance.

Taking your dog to a restaurant

In France, certain rules are imposed by the government. For example, there is a good chance that dogs are not allowed in restaurants with open kitchens. In addition, during the holidays dinner often takes a lot longer in France than at home. It can be quite a long time for a dog to wait, thus he could become restless.

Holiday parks where your dog is welcome

Domaine les Forges

Le Lac Bleu

Château de Salles

Espinet